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How to choose the right investment strategy
How to choose the right investment strategy"Determining what to invest in should be based primarily on the needs, temperament, and available resources of each individual or family," write Jeff Witz, CFP, and David Zemon.
How to charge for E&M services, procedure on same date
How to charge for E&M services, procedure on same dateIn this "Coding Q&A," the Painters also answer a question regarding coding for sling and cystocele repair with mesh repair.
How patient obesity can impact malpractice litigation
How patient obesity can impact malpractice litigationWith the New Year being associated with resolutions of improved health and fitness and reducing the number on the scale, it seems a particularly appropriate time to share some information about how obesity impacts urologic care and treatment, and the impact of obesity on malpractice litigation.
'Y'tube ureteral reimplantation
'Y'tube ureteral reimplantationUreteral reimplantation videos.
Management of the patient requesting transgender surgery
Management of the patient requesting transgender surgeryIn this article, we will provide an overview of the urologist’s role in caring for patients undergoing gender transition as well as urologic concerns of transgender men and women.
Medicare Part B drug billing revisited
Medicare Part B drug billing revisitedIt’s time to revisit billing for Medicare Part B drugs. A proposed demonstration project that every urologist should be aware of, a change in the “brown bag” rules since our last publication, and a continued loss of income by many offices are making the purchase and delivery of drugs less palatable for urology offices.
Did on-call’s refusal to provide consult lead to loss of testicle?
Did on-call’s refusal to provide consult lead to loss of testicle?
MOC: 84% of urologists dissatisfied with current process
MOC: 84% of urologists dissatisfied with current processUrologists’ dissatisfaction with maintenance of certification is widespread, and they are not shy about sharing their opinion on the controversial program.
Look for MOC changes in 2017, American Board of Urology says
Look for MOC changes in 2017, American Board of Urology saysGerald H. Jordan, MD, Thomas Granatir, and Michael L. Ritchey, MD, of the American Board of Urology provide an overview of the origins of certification and changes to the MOC exam that urologists can anticipate in 2017.
Beyond burnout: How to stay engaged and thriving
Beyond burnout: How to stay engaged and thrivingHere are simple, often inexpensive ways in which urologists can reclaim their engagement and passion for practicing medicine.